How to Address Problems Directly Without Being a Jerk
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Refer and direct those customers to your competitors that fit their needs. They certainly would not forget the lengths you went to. Such service is rare.
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Before reacting, pause and allow your initial emotional reaction to pass.
Then address the opportunity again, and see how you respond differently. Repeat this process, giving yourself time to work through your old conditioning. Consider going for a drive/a walk. This will give you time to relax and settle your thoughts.
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If you’re not physically or emotionally up to the task, put off making a move until you’re in the right state of mind.
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